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Examples Titles (select 4 titles):
  • Action Movies:
    • Live Die Repeat: Edge Of Tomorrow
    • The Accountant
    • American Sniper
    • Dunkirk
    • Inception
    • The Hangover
    • Mad Max: Fury Road
    • Pokémon Detective Pikachu
    • Ready Player One
    • Shazam!
    • Sully
    • 300
    • & More
  • Classic Movies:
    • The Wizard Of Oz
    • 2001: A Space Odyssey
    • Full Metal Jacket
    • The Shining
    • The Matrix
    • Beetlejuice
    • Pan's Labyrinth
    • The Goonies
    • & More
  • Monster Movies:
    • IT
    • I Am Legend
    • The Meg
    • Pacific Rim
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Fanflix.co has Select Digital UHD 4K Movies on sale, 4 for $20.99. Eligible titles listed below, all of them are Movies Anywhere compatible.
https://buy.fanflix.co/c/1ggnijsw...newsletter

Section Action and Excitement!:
  • Live Die Repeat
  • 12 strong
  • The Accountant
  • American Sniper
  • Dunkirk
  • Inception
  • GeoStorm
  • The Hangover
  • Mad Max Fury Road
  • The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
  • The Mule
  • Detective Pikachu
  • Ready Player One
  • San Andreas
  • Shazam
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Suicide Squad
  • Sully
  • War Dogs
  • Jupiter Ascending
  • King Arthur Legend of the Sword
  • Magic Mike XXL
  • Point Break
  • 300
  • Run All Night
  • The Town
Section Timeless Classics:
  • The Wizard of Oz
  • 2001 A Space Odyssey
  • Full Metal Jacket
  • The Shinning
  • A Star is Born
  • Pan's Labyrinth
  • Matrix
  • Matrix Reloaded
  • Matrix Revolutions
  • Blade Runner The Final Cut
  • Beetlejuice
  • The Goonies
Section Monster Hits:
  • IT
  • Kong Skull Island
  • Pacific Rim
  • The Meg
  • Rampage
  • I Am Legend
  • The Nun
P.S. You can also select only 2 Movies x $12.99
https://buy.fanflix.co/c/1ggie7tm...newsletter
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Anyone who purchased - what audio formats are supported? Is Dolby Atmos available for these movies? Thanks in advance.
Dolby 5.1 with Dolby Vision for each of the ones I bought.
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Dolby 5.1 with Dolby Vision for each of the ones I bought.
I bought matrix, dunkirk, it and labynth. I just checked on my iphone se 2 apple tv app. It shows dolby vsion amd atmos for it and matrix but only vision for the other 2.
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Buy the first one then hit yourself in the head repeatedly with a hammer until you pass out, which is approximately the enjoyment value you'd get from watching the sequels.
Personally, the second movie is worth a fiver for the highway chase scene...and maybe two other fight scenes that were pretty awesome. The highway scene in 4K? I'm in for that, The Matrix, 300, and Beetlejuice!
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Repost of my post LOL

https://slickdeals.net/f/14746424-4k-new-year-s-picklist-sale-4-for-20-99-20-99

How did this go front page but mine from almost a week ago didn't
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Not bad, but I prefer the Sinbad version of Shazam
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Thanks. Got the Goonies, Matrix, Inception, and Mad Max.
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Inception is free (with ads) on the Roku Channel, just watched it yesterday lol. But good ideal if you want to 'own' it.
Was it 4k or HD?
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Not sure if you're serious or trolling, but I've been living in the "future" since far before most people. I cut the cord on cable in 2008, was such an early adopter of Netflix that I needed a special disc for it to run on my PS3, and now, I run my own server via Plex and also stream on any number of platforms.

Digital has the capability to look and sound just as good as Blu-ray, but it won't for a while. Reason? Bandwidth. A competent UHD 4k blu-ray rip, encoded with a modern codec, averages 50-60 gigs, streaming something like that is currently prohibitively expensive for the provider on the large scale, and considering Comcast, the only ISP in town for most people, has a 1.2tb monthly limit, the vast majority of people aren't going to be able to view streaming digital purchases on the same level as physical media for a while.

For comparison, UHD blu-ray streams an average of 80Mbps to 144Mbps. Vudu's 4k tops out at 11Mbps, Netflix at 15Mbps, Fandango at 10-20Mbps, Google Play at 12-15Mbps, and Apple TV at 25Mbps.

New codecs make it easier to compress without issues, but as the signal becomes more complex, it's harder and harder to encode equivalent to UHD. Grainy movies shot on film or older movies are harder to encode than new animation. Dark scenes will almost ALWAYS betray bitrates on streaming services.

"Looks good enough to me" isn't valid data. Nor does it address the fact that if your digital platform of choice ever goes out of business, or if they decide to change their contract with the user, you're SOL and your collection disappears.



Nobody's fault but my own. Just very quickly skimming titles and I see a movie poster and "4K and UHD" in all caps.
When 5G becomes the normal streaming will be uncapped and 4K will be the new 1080p while 8k will be the new argument of streaming vs 8K UHD disc.

The argument of having digital 4K will end soon and if you noticed : Physical media is still being sold however less and less are offering a digital code included with purchase. These digital cloud services are becoming the normal to buy content instead so Studios have become stingy and making people double dip to own both formats.
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Anyone know if the digital UHD versions of the Nolan movies switch aspect ratio for the IMAX scenes (like the discs do)?

EDIT: Ok, after some digging it looks like none of the digital versions have the switching aspect ratio.
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Anyone know if the digital UHD versions of the Nolan movies switch aspect ratio for the IMAX scenes (like the discs do)?

EDIT: Ok, after some digging it looks like none of the digital versions have the switching aspect ratio.
WB digital movies do not include the imax scenes. I don't understand why when paramount does with mission impossible.
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Not sure if you're serious or trolling, but I've been living in the "future" since far before most people. I cut the cord on cable in 2008, was such an early adopter of Netflix that I needed a special disc for it to run on my PS3, and now, I run my own server via Plex and also stream on any number of platforms.

Digital has the capability to look and sound just as good as Blu-ray, but it won't for a while. Reason? Bandwidth. A competent UHD 4k blu-ray rip, encoded with a modern codec, averages 50-60 gigs, streaming something like that is currently prohibitively expensive for the provider on the large scale, and considering Comcast, the only ISP in town for most people, has a 1.2tb monthly limit, the vast majority of people aren't going to be able to view streaming digital purchases on the same level as physical media for a while.

For comparison, UHD blu-ray streams an average of 80Mbps to 144Mbps. Vudu's 4k tops out at 11Mbps, Netflix at 15Mbps, Fandango at 10-20Mbps, Google Play at 12-15Mbps, and Apple TV at 25Mbps.

New codecs make it easier to compress without issues, but as the signal becomes more complex, it's harder and harder to encode equivalent to UHD. Grainy movies shot on film or older movies are harder to encode than new animation. Dark scenes will almost ALWAYS betray bitrates on streaming services.

"Looks good enough to me" isn't valid data. Nor does it address the fact that if your digital platform of choice ever goes out of business, or if they decide to change their contract with the user, you're SOL and your collection disappears.



Nobody's fault but my own. Just very quickly skimming titles and I see a movie poster and "4K and UHD" in all caps.
Digital will get closer and closer to UHD blu-ray. Sony just recently announced their Bravia Core service at CES:
"With BRAVIA CORE, you are subscribed to an amazing selection of movies to stream anytime and as many times as you like, in up to 4K HDR quality."
"BRAVIA CORE features Pure Stream™, streaming at up to 80 Mbps, delivering lossless 4K UHD picture quality on a wide range of content."

Source: https://www.sony.com/electronics/bravia-core
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Digital will get closer and closer to UHD blu-ray. Sony just recently announced their Bravia Core service at CES:
"With BRAVIA CORE, you are subscribed to an amazing selection of movies to stream anytime and as many times as you like, in up to 4K HDR quality."
"BRAVIA CORE features Pure Stream™, streaming at up to 80 Mbps, delivering lossless 4K UHD picture quality on a wide range of content."

Source: https://www.sony.com/electronics/bravia-core
Yeah, unfortunately, most of us in the US are stuck with Comcast, who have now enacted an arbitrary cap of 1tb to 1.2tb. Until we're free from those caps, it'll be untenable to stream blu-ray quality digital because it'd only take twenty streams a month, give or take, to pass those caps.

Cool service, though. I'd definitely be more likely to buy from there if the price was right.
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Wish there was more choices. Only 3 I want. Maybe next time.
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Is it mandatory on slickdeals that every digital movie deal has to turn into a debate on digital vs physical media😜

I'm in the same boat as others. Most of the ones I want I already have. Great deal for those growing their digital collection though.
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